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Korean, Complete Edition is a unique multimedia course that takes you from a beginner to an advanced level in one convenient package.
At the core of Korean, Complete Edition is the Living Language Method™, based on linguistic science, proven techniques, and over 65 years of experience. Our method teaches you the whole language, so you can express yourself, not just recite memorized words or scripts.
Millions have learned with Living Language®. Now it’s your turn.

   • 4 Books: 46 lessons, additional review exercises, culture notes, and a grammar summary—plus a complete guide to reading and writing Korean
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Mr. Oh, A Korean Calligrapher

Oh talks about the art of calligraphy, the importance of inner tranquility, self discipline and practice. He defines calligraphy as harmony of hand and spirit.

Tae-gyo: Prenatal intensive mothering in South Korea

The ideology of intensive motherhood is a cultural approach toward parenting that suggests that competent childcare demands “copious amounts of time, energy, and material resources” and that providing such childcare should take priority over... A reporter for the Korea Herald , a local newspaper, explains :. Koreans believe that a mother’s state of mind and ongoing education during pregnancy determines a baby’s prospects. A reporter, below, quotes a South Korean figure who claims that “nine months of prenatal education is more valuable than nine years of post-natal learning. Fewer Korean couples are having more than one child and they want to give these “single” children an edge by helping them from the womb. Accordingly, while the most common tae-gyo used to be listening to classical music, women are facing increasing pressure to do more and more for their child before it is born. During the past 20 years, tae-gyo has incorporated learning calligraphy or floral arrangement, crafts like knitting and sewing, and doing yoga. Expected mothers are doing English and math tae-gyo, meaning that they study English and do math for their unborn children to ensure that they will excel in those skills. Korea’s tourism industry have developed a “taegyo travel package,” which is supposed to be beneficial for babies in the womb. This can all be quite intensive, as you might imagine, as women are expected to personally practice all of the skills and traits they hope their baby will have. Intensive mothering in South Korea, then, starts before the baby is born. Source: Sociological Images

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  • Finding originality in Korean contemporary art

    09/08/15 ,via The Korea Herald

    “To trace (originality in Korean art), we started with a calligraphy piece by calligraphy master Kim Jung-hee and another calligraphy work by independence fighter Ahn Jung-geun,” said Min. Calligraphy pieces of historical figures are often great

  • Drawing lines that connect old and new

    09/08/15 ,via Korea JoongAng Daily

    The “Chusa Kim Jeong-hui and Woosung Kim Chong Yung” exhibition will show the works of Joseon-era seoye (calligraphy) master Chusa alongside those of the pioneer of modern Korean abstract sculpture. Kim Chong Yung was inspired by Chusa.

  • Internationally known sumi-e brush painter to display art in Albert Lea

    08/29/15 ,via Albert Lea Tribune

    “Meditation” is a scroll featuring Korean calligraphy, which was inspired by Teller's trip to a friend's yoga studio that had a piece on the wall with the Korean characters for meditation. “Nature's Carpet” is a piece that features maple leaves, as


korean calligraphy is beautiful but its soooo hard to read (for me) 09/09/15, @nozomisgf
RT @TheGladePH: Minho and Newt quote cards and han-geul calligraphy tumbler; tributes from the Korean Fans during the KR premiere // http:/… 09/09/15, @amirawr23
[Monami] New 3Type Brush Pen SET Calligraphy Chinese Japanese Korean 09/08/15, @canoalonsocano

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  • A Cat Who Can Catch Mice: A Closer Look at the Abbot of Shaolin

    09/08/15 ,via

    He also established, nine months later, the Shaolin Calligraphy and Art Research Organization ... Later, he lead the warrior monks abroad to Canada, England, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Macao, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand, in one of ...

  • Finding originality in Korean contemporary art

    09/08/15 ,via The Korea Herald

    “To trace (originality in Korean art), we started with a calligraphy piece by calligraphy master Kim Jung-hee and another calligraphy work by independence fighter Ahn Jung-geun,” said Min. Calligraphy pieces of historical figures are often great ...

  • An Israeli's journey to North Korea

    08/30/15 ,via YNET News

    Korea-made Arirang samartphone ... "A person who plays like that doesn't really enjoy what they do," he said. In the calligraphy room, a young girl pulls a paintbrush across the canvas to create an anti-jealousy message that's derived from Juche, the ...

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